Skip to main content

About your Search

20121108
20121116
Search Results 0 to 0 of about 1
a red light, or breaks a traffic law, that sort of stuff, that's not tolerated. >> reporter: john lyle with ddot said all of its employees are expected to follow the law like everyone else. >> the concern has already been raised with the supervisors to make sure they tell their staff that that's not acceptable. >> reporter: as for parking, lyle said district employees do not get a free pass. and using a handicapped placard does not allow for unlimited use. >> that's an issue that we've been trying to address and it's why we created the red top meter program, so that everybody would have to pay for parking, because we really think that's going to cut down on the fraud. >> reporter: tisha thompson, news4 iteam. >> after watching our investigation, d.c. council member mary shay said it might be time to do a citywide recall to make sure only those with disacts get a placard. she's interested in teaming up with the data bases to check quickly for violators. >>> maryland voters made history this year. that had some couples looking happily to the future. maryland is one of the first states to
Search Results 0 to 0 of about 1